food

Get Seasonal: Spring Recipes You’ll Love

To celebrate the season, we’re getting creative with the three As of spring: Asparagus, artichokes and arugula.

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Maven Moment: Mom’s Pizza Pan

Mom used to make the most fantastic pizza for birthdays …

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Maven Moment: Eat Your Greens!

I was walking down the road yesterday when I spotted …

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How To Grow 6,000 pounds of Food on Just 1/10th Acre

Ever thought of growing your own food but didn’t think it was possible? It’s more that possible! It might even be the way of the future. If the Dervaes family can do it while living in Los Angeles, I…

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How Safe Is Your Food?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one …

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The Biggest Sustainability Trend for 2019 Will Be …

Well, readers, let me start out by saying I was …

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10 Sustainable Snack Recipes for an Active Lifestyle

You’re bound to get a little peckish throughout the workday, …

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Recycling Mystery: Oyster Shells

Increasing demand for a favorite seafood delicacy — oysters — has led to a shortage in coastal areas where they’re harvested. But many communities now offer recycling programs for oyster shells. We reveal how it works.

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Earth911 Podcast, Nov. 30, 2018: ZEST Labs Sensors Reduce Food Waste From Field to Shelf

In this episode of Sustainability in Your Ear, Earth911’s Evelyn …

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Recycling Mystery: Frozen Food Boxes

Recycling frozen food boxes – also known as wet-strength paperboard – may not be quite as straightforward as it seems. Read on for the cold, hard truth.

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